Handle

Handle

Handle – To-dos + Email + Calendar = Focus

Company Website: http://www.handle.com/
Year Founded: 2015
LinkedIn: Handle, Inc.
Twitter: @Handle
Facebook: Handle, Inc.

Creator(s) / Founder(s) :
Shawn Carolan
David Sifry

What it does:  

Handle is an all-in-one productivity app that allows you to focus on your priorities.

Why you need this:

It’s an all-in-one productivity that merges email, calendars, reminders, and to-dos. What’s not to love? It also allows you to create to-do reminders and add new calendar appointments from email by swiping left on messages.

The idea behind it.

If you’re looking to streamline your digital life, this ould be a good place to start.

What Bob likes

Handle is free to use, iOS-only download, but it also works as a Chrome browser extension.

What it doesn’t have or doesn’t do

As of this writing, Handle only works with Gmail accounts for email, which is unfortunate.

Bob Mini Review

Handle by Handle, Inc. is a free all-in-one productivity app that will keep all of your priorities in a single hub. If you are tired of using multiple apps or services for your email, calendar, and to-dos, then this is an app that is worth your consideration. It’s like a fusion of Mailbox, Fantastical, and Todoist.

Over the years, Bob had to deal with work through email, use various to-do apps to ensure that he stays on task, and schedule in all his appointments and events to make sure he does not overbook himself for any particular day. Thanks to Handle, for these, have all been relatively easy to keep track of because it’s made specifically for that purpose.

Handle’s UI is simple and clean, considering the fact that it’s a multipurpose app. Everything is organized in a manner that makes sense, using swiping gestures to switch between them. It also has a brief introductory tutorial that will show up on the first launch that explains all of the basics.

It comes with email viewing options that allow you review a list of email messages, or check out your messages in a card-like format, which displays more information per message.

It plays well with Gmail as well, providing you access to all your “labels.” It’s nice to have-to-dos, email and appointments all together in one app – thanks to Handle. It is even optimized for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad screens, too.

Should  you try it?  

Bob recommends giving Handle a try if you are a Gmail user who has been itching for a free service or an app that can consolidate your email, calendar, and tasks into a single hub. It may not be for everyone, but it doesn’t hurt to try, right?

Includes FREE Trial?  

Totally free to use

Pricing:

Totally free to use

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